• Vol 65 No 1&2 (2021)

    The topics discussed in this double issue of the Journal do not fall under a single thematic category. What is remarkable to note in this collection is that all articles are written by scholars who are or have been part of the National College of Public Administration and Governance (NCPAG) as students, faculty members, and researcher and extension staff. This is one of the rare occasions that all academic sectors of the College are represented in a volume of the Journal.

  • PJPA Vol. 64, Issue 2
    Vol 64 No 2 (2020)

    This year’s second issue features four articles (two original articles and two reflections) and a book review. This set highlights the importance of institutions and organizations in the areas of service provision and decision making. Three of the articles investigated selected services in the government’s portfolio against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • PJPA 64(1)
    Vol 64 No 1 (2020)
  • Vol 63, No 1 (2019)
    Vol 63 No 1 (2019)
  • Vol 62, No 1 (2018)
    Vol 62 No 1 (2018)
  • Vol 62, No 2 (2018)
    Vol 62 No 2 (2018)
  • Vol 57 No 2 (2013)

    Improving policy design and development is a continuing challenge of public policy analysis as a sub-field of public administration. The articles that comprise this issue explore varied policy areas, but are somehow linked in terms of policy design and development.

  • Vol 57 No 1 (2013)

    Accountability and efficiency as mainstay concepts in contempor ary discourses in the field of study of Public Administration are ideas or principles forwarded in the New Public Management paradigm. In this issue of the Philippine Journal of Public Administration, scholars examine these concepts and the various mechanisms employed by state agencies as they per form their functions and find ways to improve public service delivery and optimize the use of resources.

  • Vol 56 No 2 (2012)
    The development of public administration as a field of study and practice in recent decades is inextricably linked with the changing role of the state and the increasing importance of the private sector. The diversity of discourses tackled in the articles included in this issue reflects the evolution of public administration as a discipline that has expanded to include domains such as governance, citizenship, democracy, leadership, and the influences of globalization on local policies.
  • Vol 56 No 1 (2012)
    As a pioneer in public administration education in Southeast Asia, the Institute of Public Administration did not only benefit  the restructuring of the post-World War II Philippine government, but also the development of bureaucracies of its neighboring countries. Testament to the breadth of the NCPAG's impact and influence is the inclusion in this issue of three articles written by foreign scholars in the field of Public Administration. 

    We are also introducing in this issue a new section called "Reflections from Scholars and Practitioners." The special section will be featuring studies, researches, and think pieces by PA scholars and practitioners, as well as exchanges between them, with the aim of invigorating discursive discussions and analyses in the field. 

    Email us at pjpa.editor@gmail.com or call us at +632 926 1443 for more information on how you can access the full articles.
  • Vol 55 No 1&2 (2011)

    This issue of the Philippine Journal of Public Administration (PJPA) features reviews of fundamental concepts and models of public administration and studies on innovative practices. At the broader sphere, a paradigmatic analysis in reckoning the history of Philippine Public Administration (PPA), primarily drawing on the bureaucratic model of Max Weber, is put forth challenging a conventional lens in viewing the evolution of the PPA. Likewise, the PJPA issue presents an inevitable review of public administration’s cognate concepts and theories of organization and management, such as institutionalism. Email us at pjpa.editor@gmail.com or call us at +632 926 1443 for more information on how you can access the full articles.

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